Pittsburgh (June 20, 2017) - Michael Baker International, a global leader in engineering, planning and consulting services, today announced the promotion of Timothy Quillman, P.E., to Office Executive in the firm’s Phoenix office and the addition of Brad Shelton, AICP, as Director of Planning in Richmond, Va. These changes reaffirm the company’s commitment to strategic growth and development in these offices and regions to better meet the needs of its growing client base.
Timothy Quillman – Office Executive (Phoenix)
Timothy Quillman was promoted to Office Executive, overseeing three Michael Baker offices and more than 100 team members, including teams in Phoenix, Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada. In this role, he is responsible for working with department managers to support and grow the firm’s Arizona and Nevada operations, with the corresponding markets and practice groups. Prior to this promotion, Mr. Quillman served as Operations Manager for the Infrastructure group in the firm’s Phoenix office.
“Tim’s promotion builds on our solid foundation for growth in the firm’s Arizona and Nevada markets,” said Anna Lantin, Regional Director of Michael Baker’s West Region. “Tim’s leadership, technical excellence and project management experience will serve the needs of our growing and diverse client base as ‘We Make a Difference’ in the west.”
Mr. Quillman has more than 19 years of experience working on multi-discipline federal contracts as well as local municipal projects. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), American Public Works Association (APWA) and the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME). Mr. Quillman has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Arizona and a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from the University of Houston – Clear Lake.
Brad Shelton, AICP – Director of Planning (Richmond, Va.)
Brad Shelton joins the firm’s Richmond, Va., office as Director of Planning. In this role, Mr. Shelton will manage planning projects and contracts under the office’s public agency task order contracts. He also will oversee personnel on the Richmond planning team and help to develop business relationships within the area. Prior to joining Michael Baker, Mr. Shelton spent 10 years in progressive roles at the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Transportation and Mobility Planning Division and Office of Land Use. He also has experience in the public sector with local governments and Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs).
“As we expand the footprint of our Planning practice in this geography, Brad’s experience and connections make him a valuable addition to the team,” said Craig Eddy, Office Executive for Michael Baker’s Richmond, Va., office. “Based on the work Brad performed during his tenure at VDOT, he will be instrumental in helping to grow the firm’s presence and showcasing how ‘We Make a Difference’ for our clients and the community in Virginia.”
Mr. Shelton is an active member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Studies and a Masters of Urban and Regional Planning from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va.
About Michael Baker International
Michael Baker International is a leading global provider of engineering and consulting services, which include planning, architectural, environmental, construction, program management, and full life-cycle support services as well as information technology and communications services and solutions. The company provides its comprehensive range of services and solutions in support of U.S. federal, state, and municipal governments, foreign allied governments, and a wide range of commercial clients. Michael Baker International has more than 6,000 employees in more than 90 locations across the U.S. and internationally. To learn more visit www.mbakerintl.com
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